Google’s once again pumped out some new data from its Google Play servers, charting the versions of the OS used to connect during the previous fortnight. Android 4.3 and the rest of the “Jelly Bean” versions are now taking control of the scene, with a total of 48.6 percent of all connected devices using a form of Android 4.1 or higher.
That’s nearly half. You could say half. Here’s the customary green pie chart:
Good to see the 2.x versions gradually dwindling, although some 30 percent of Android users are still using something older than 2.3.